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  • Abies koreana Silberlocke

    £60.00 £48.00

    ‘Silberlocke’ is an evergreen conifer making a small tree of bushy habit. Leaves dark green, but curled upwards to show the silvery white undersides. Purple cones borne on young plants

  • Abies pinsapo Glauca


    ‘Glauca’ is an evergreen conifer making a slow-growing medium tree with blunt grey-green needles arranged all round the shoot. Cones pale green or purple when young, ripening brown

  • Berberis thunbergii Coronita

    £58.00 £46.00

    Berberis thunbergii ‘Coronita’ è un arbusto, portamento allargato, fogliame variegato di giallo-verde ama il terreno normale come esposizione preferisce Sole – Mezzombra il fiore è giallo appartiene alla famiglia delle Berberidaceae il suo periodo di fioritura è Aprile – Maggio raggiunge un’altezza massima di 60 cm – 100 cm per avere un buon risultato deve essere piantata con una densità di 3 piantine al m2.

  • Berberis thunbergii Maria


    ‘Maria’ is one of the best columnar golden-leaved cultivars, which keeps its color and shape well all season; pale yellow flowers in spring

  • Malus Evereste


    Malus are small to medium-sized deciduous trees with showy flowers in spring and ornamental or edible fruit in autumn; some have good autumn foliage colour

  • Malus Mokum


    A most attractive Dutch tree with an extravagant dark pink spring flowering. The leaves unfold purplish-red later changing to bronze-green in summer. The flowers give way to small, red or purple crabapples. The fruits keep well into winter and are highly attractive to birds. Like most crabapples Malus ‘Mokum’ does well on most soils. Prefers full sun. Hardy.

  • Pinus mugo Sunshine


    Bands of dragon’s-eye type variegation brighten the foliage of this slow-growing pine. The coloration is most noticeable in spring when the bright creamy-yellow color is at its prime, accented by the darker green foliage of previous years.

  • Pinus mugo Varella

    £65.00 £55.00

    Scales leaves are lost two weeks later and replaced with 2, 3, and 5 (rarely 8) needle-type leaves on the buds or on the petioles. The bark gets thicker by age, and has deep grooves. There are some species tolerating to -40°C. They can be used as solitary.

  • Potentilla fruticosa Abbotswood


    ‘Abbotswood’ is a bushy deciduous shrub to 75cm, the small, dark green, pinnate leaves with 5 leaflets. Flowers white, 4cm in width, over a long season from late spring

  • Potentilla fruticosa Goldfinger


    ‘Goldfinger’ is a bushy, upright, deciduous shrub to 1.2m tall, with small pinnate leaves and bright yellow flowers to 4cm wide in summer and early autumn